New Persona 5 spin-off seemingly in the works

new persona 5 spin-off seemingly in the works
Credit: Atlus

The Persona 5 money train keeps on rolling, as a new website domain registration has hinted at a new spin-off game. As the fourth spin-off from the decade-old JRPG, Atlus is still banking on milking this game for as long as it can.

According to a tweet from @MbKKssTBhz5, a domain called P5T.JP was registered on May 16, which has many fans speculating on what the new game could be. Obviously, we won’t know what the T in P5T will be until Atlus reveals it or we get another leak. We’ll have to wait and see but it’s definitely not a boring time to be a Persona fan.

Prior to this discovery, we had Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 3 Portable coming to newer systems for the first time. Leaks for a proper Persona 3 remake have also made their way online, with rumours claiming that the game will be revealed during the Xbox showcase.

Bringing in another Persona 5 spin-off should get fans interested, especially if it ends up being a fighting game. Hardcore fighting game fans and Persona aficionados alike enjoyed Persona 4 Arena Ultimax so a sequel with Persona 5 characters would be icing on the cake.

Fans of this series are pretty spoiled, as we also got Persona 5 Strikers and Persona 5: Dancing in Moonlight a few years ago. These games proved to be of decent quality, with numerous fans loving Strikers for giving them another adventure with these beloved characters.

China is also getting a heavily censored mobile game spin-off that tells an alternate tale with new and familiar characters. We haven’t heard much about the game since but the graphics and gameplay looked pretty promising for a mobile game. Hopefully, that one lives up to expectations and gets a worldwide release but we’ll wait on that.

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Anyone in the mood for this franchise can pick up Persona 5 Royal right now on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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